Solenis relocates HQ to Wilmington, creates 122 jobs

WILMINGTON, Del. – Specialty chemical firm Solenis LLC has relocated its global headquarters in Wilmington, creating 122 new jobs.

Solenis, which transitioned from a commercial unit of Ashland Inc. to a stand-alone company in 2014, will be adding well-paying IT, legal, sales, financial and other positions at its new 40,000-square-foot home off Beaver Valley Road. The company has 30 manufacturing facilities and employs 3,500 people in 118 countries across five continents.

“By adding much-needed, high-quality jobs and establishing roots here in Delaware, Solenis is making a major statement about our state’s workforce. Its commitment ensures they will be part of our economic growth and push to innovate in the future,” said Gov. Jack Markell. “We are proud to be the worldwide headquarters for this ground-breaking company.”

Solenis recently received approval for a Strategic Fund Performance grant in the amount of $1,084,200 for the creation of up to 122 new full-time positions and the relocation of five new full-time positions; as well as a Capital Expenditure grant in an amount not to exceed $16,197, based on 3 percent of qualified capital expenditures of $539,900.

Source: Delaware Economic Development Office

 

 

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